Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Monday issued new guidelines for all international passengers coming to India. This comes after the Union Health Ministry on Sunday issued revised guidelines for international arrivals.

Amid the fear of the new Omicron version of coronavirus spreading around the world, many countries are changing their travel guidelines and imposing new restrictions for international travellers.

New Guidelines Issued By DGCA For International Arrival

1. That the self-declaration form on the Air Suvidha Portal containing the travel history of all international passengers arriving in India for the last 14 days is completely filled before boarding.

2. Final Destination with a detailed address should be completely filled. The complete address is required to ensure follow-up and contact tracing purposes.

3. It is ensured that the details (name, contact details, address) of all the passengers are given by the respective State/UT Governments, Bureau of Immigration, APHO, NCDC (Email: and ) is shared with. ), and to this Ministry at DM Cell (Email: and Control Room (Email: for further action.

4. Different types of communications (when they're like velocity-pre test results), could potentially be better for getting into space. , it is necessary to behave in such a way as to behave in order to behave as is necessary to behave. Signage can be put up at prominent places and volunteers can be hired to guide the passengers to prevent any chaos.

5. Airlines will put in place a proper randomization process to test about 5% of passengers in flight upon arrival. The seat numbers selected through the randomization process can be announced on the flight itself so that the passengers can be prepared.

6. Accordingly, all arriving passengers while filling up the Air Suvidha Portal may be advised to plan their onward journey keeping in view the airport stay for obtaining the test results. They should also be ready to agitate the state government. Identified quarantine facilities if they test positive at the airport.

7. Additional RT-PCR facilities may also be set up at all airports as required. This is strictly adhered to and complied with by all concerned.


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